December 16, 2020 1:36:06 am
Listening to a suo motu case on correct remedy of Covid-19 sufferers and dignified dealing with of lifeless our bodies in hospitals, the Supreme Court docket Tuesday expressed concern that the continuous service rendered by docs could also be taking a toll on their psychological well being, and instructed the Centre to think about giving them a break from work.
“For the final seven-eight months docs haven’t been given any break and are repeatedly working. It may be affecting their psychological well being,” noticed the bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan, R Subhash Reddy and M R Shah, asking Solicitor Basic Tushar Mehta to take directions on what could be executed.
The bench, which throughout the course of listening to the matter earlier had taken suo motu cognisance of the hearth in Covid-19 hospitals in Rajkot and Ahmedabad in Gujarat, had sought data on fireplace security in Covid-19 hospitals throughout the nation.
Mehta had advised the court docket that the Centre had written to the states to conduct a hearth security audit and ahead the main points to it.
On Tuesday, Mehta identified that the Centre had filed an affidavit after compiling the information acquired from completely different states and stated the image will not be rosy.
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